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Dyshidrotic Dermatitis

I recently suffered a flare-up of dyshidrotic eczema on my left thumb, which prompted me to explain what dyshidrotic eczema is all about.   As you know, eczema is a common skin disorder that causes itching, rashes, dry areas, and infection. It's a kind of dermatitis, which is a set of disorders that can inflame or irritate your skin.  Eczema is classified into numerous forms, including atopic, contact, dyshidrotic, seborrheic dermatitis, neurodermatitis, nummular eczema, and stasis dermatitis. The images reveal dyshidrotic dermatitis on the hand. It is distinguished by a rapid rash of small, painful blisters. It commonly appears on the palm, sides of the fingers, toes, and soles of the feet. It will dry up and leave the skin with dry scaly patches.  According to research, it affects adults between the ages of 20 and 40, as well as children on occasion. It is frequently caused by stress, chemical contact, sweaty feet & hand, HIV infection, and/or seasonal allergies. If you have

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